Tahitian Vanilla Beans
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S.L.
Vanilla For Extracts

Good vanilla. For grade B, you get more vanilla taste than the grade A. That's a secret I've learned over the years. Zach explained at the Loveland farmers market that moisture and vanilla flavor do not decrease at the same time. I'm already a huge fan of this company. You go guys.

We appreciate the kind words Sandra, thank you very much! See you again.
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F.G.
Smells SO Good, Better Than Madagascar

I have bought vanilla beans from the spice hunter for the last 10 years. My first time using vanilla beans from Origin Vanilla. I have to say, I am IMPRESSED!!! The taste reminds me of chocolate, and it's deep yet light. Hard to explain. Fantastic nonetheless!

So happy to hear it Faith! Thanks again!
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C.R.
Super Happy

Got these vanilla beans shipped to me for free after ordering a pack of 25. I thought they looked extra moist and large for being Grade B. I ordered Grade B a few years ago from Bean-nilla, but the quality was bad and I haven't ordered again. I'm incredibly happy with my Grade B beans from Origin Vanilla! I will be brewing mine in vodka. I will post a photo on Facebook when it's finished.

Please post a photo when it's finished, we'd love to see! We're happy you're enjoying your vanilla.
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S.H.
Brewing My Extract Now

Wow the beans are great. They are really plump and loaded with tiny seeds inside. My vanilla has been started. I'm brewing my own extract. Can't wait to see how it turns out.

Susan, thank you! We appreciate you and we'd love to see some photos of the final product. :)
$7.50
1 bean ($7.50/bean)2 beans ($6.85/bean)3 beans ($5.98/bean)5 beans ($4.40/bean7 beans ($5/bean)10 beans ($3.40/bean)1 ounce2 ounces3 ounces4 ounces1/2 pound1 pound
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Note: Vanilla is a raw and perishable spice, so color and flavor may change under extreme temperatures. 

(Fun fact: vanilla is actually a fruit.)

Like any raw agricultural product, your vanilla  may differ in taste from season to season. 

If your vanilla doesn't satisfy you, let us know so we can replace your order without hassle. Learn More

DESCRIPTION

Our Tahitensis vanilla beans are sweet and delicate, yet deep and bold. They're perfect for brewing extracts and they work very well with fruit dishes. 

Tahitensis vanilla is a crossbreed vanilla and was originally cultivated on the island of Tahiti, although the cultivation has spread to various parts of Oceania as climate volatility has impacted Tahiti in recent years. It’s sweet and delicate flavor notes are welcoming and pair well with fruit dishes. A favorite of top pastry chefs and is commonly found in fragrances.

Sweet and light, with bold undertones.

The beans are an average of 11-16 cm in length with 20-26% moisture content. 

DETAILS

- Between 26-34% moisture content
- Planifolia (Bourbon) Variety  
- Sourced from the breathtaking highlands of West Java, Indonesia and Eastern Madagascar
- Our vanilla farms are 50% women-owned and operated 
  • Bourbon  
  • Tahitensis
  • Mexican

  • Dark chocolate, cinnamon, licorice, peppercorn, blackberry.
  • Best in bold & rich recipes.

  • Caramel, cream, clove, cherry, cashew.
  • Best in light & sweet recipes.

  • Milk chocolate, cream, cinnamon, plum
  • Best in full-bodied & rich recipes.

  • Grade A Vanilla  
  • Grade B Vanilla  

  • 25-35% moisture content 
  • 7-9 inches in length
  • Little-to-zero cosmetic blemishes
  • Great for eye-catching presentations
  • Best for recipes that call for "vanilla caviar" 
  • Best for recipes that are liquid-sensitive

  • 18-25% moisture content 
  • 5-7 inches in length 
  • Some cosmetic blemishes and defects
  • Same overall taste as Grade A
  • Best for brewing your own vanilla extract


The Scoop


Supports small farming communities in Asia and Africa




Over 50% of the farms we partner with are women-owned and operated




Organically-grown without the use of herbicides or pesticides 




Our vanilla farmers make up to 30% more profit thanks to our consolidated supply-chain

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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S.L.
Vanilla For Extracts

Good vanilla. For grade B, you get more vanilla taste than the grade A. That's a secret I've learned over the years. Zach explained at the Loveland farmers market that moisture and vanilla flavor do not decrease at the same time. I'm already a huge fan of this company. You go guys.

We appreciate the kind words Sandra, thank you very much! See you again.
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F.G.
Smells SO Good, Better Than Madagascar

I have bought vanilla beans from the spice hunter for the last 10 years. My first time using vanilla beans from Origin Vanilla. I have to say, I am IMPRESSED!!! The taste reminds me of chocolate, and it's deep yet light. Hard to explain. Fantastic nonetheless!

So happy to hear it Faith! Thanks again!
C
C.R.
Super Happy

Got these vanilla beans shipped to me for free after ordering a pack of 25. I thought they looked extra moist and large for being Grade B. I ordered Grade B a few years ago from Bean-nilla, but the quality was bad and I haven't ordered again. I'm incredibly happy with my Grade B beans from Origin Vanilla! I will be brewing mine in vodka. I will post a photo on Facebook when it's finished.

Please post a photo when it's finished, we'd love to see! We're happy you're enjoying your vanilla.
S
S.H.
Brewing My Extract Now

Wow the beans are great. They are really plump and loaded with tiny seeds inside. My vanilla has been started. I'm brewing my own extract. Can't wait to see how it turns out.

Susan, thank you! We appreciate you and we'd love to see some photos of the final product. :)

You seem to have great taste. Check these out.

Bourbon Vanilla Beans
$7.50
Tahitian Vanilla Beans
$7.50

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